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Cara Delevingne Celebrates Two ‘Magical’ Years with Girlfriend Minke

Written By Anne Kostick
Last updated: June 6, 2024

Cara Delevingne and her girlfriend, singer Minke, recently marked their second anniversary with heartfelt Instagram posts, sharing special moments from their relationship. The couple, who reconnected after knowing each other from boarding school, have been through significant life changes together and continue to support each other through life’s ups and downs.

Key Takeaways

  • Cara Delevingne and Minke celebrated their second anniversary on June 5, 2024.
  • The couple shared intimate photos and heartfelt messages on Instagram.
  • They first met at boarding school and reconnected at an Alanis Morissette concert.
  • Delevingne has been open about her journey to sobriety and personal growth.
  • Minke has been a supportive partner throughout their relationship.
Cara Delevingne Celebrates Two 'Magical' Years with Girlfriend Minke

A Journey of Love and Growth

Cara Delevingne, 31, took to Instagram to celebrate two years with her girlfriend, Minke, whose real name is Leah Mason. The model and actress shared a series of photos capturing their romantic moments, including sunset kisses, boat rides, and festival outings. In her heartfelt caption, Delevingne expressed her gratitude for finding the perfect partner to navigate life’s challenges with.

“Two magical years with you and so many pictures of us kissing in front of things,” Delevingne wrote. “These past two years have been a lot of life. A lot of change, growth, pain, and most importantly, love. I am so lucky to have found the perfect person to ride life’s ups and downs with.”

Reconnecting After Years Apart

Delevingne and Minke’s love story began at Bedales boarding school in Hampshire, where they first met as teenagers. After losing touch, they reconnected 12 years later at an Alanis Morissette concert. Delevingne revealed that she had a “baby gay crush” on Minke during their school years, making their reunion even more special.

“I spent so long looking for my partner in crime, little did I know that it would be someone I went to school with,” Delevingne shared. “Here’s to many more years being us.”

Support Through Sobriety and Personal Growth

Minke has been a pillar of support for Delevingne, especially during her journey to sobriety. The actress checked herself into rehab in September 2022 and has been committed to maintaining her sobriety since. In a February 2023 interview, Delevingne spoke about turning 30 and the new chapter in her life, emphasizing her focus on self-love and personal growth.

“I think after turning 30, there was a lot that clicked,” Delevingne said. “I’m a lot more gentle with myself and nice to myself. Something’s changed this year, for sure.”

Celebrating Milestones Together

The couple has celebrated various milestones together, including a low-key Valentine’s Day at home with their dogs in 2023. Delevingne, who is currently performing in “Cabaret” in London’s West End, received support from her close friend Taylor Swift, who attended one of her shows.

Minke also shared a touching tribute to Delevingne on Instagram, describing her as a “kind, patient, limby, yummy, hilariously funny partner” who inspires her to be a better version of herself. “Every day is better with your light. My rock, my safe space, my home,” Minke wrote.

Looking Forward to the Future

As they celebrate their second anniversary, Delevingne and Minke look forward to many more years together. Their journey is a testament to the power of love, growth, and mutual support. “I can’t remember what life was like without your love and I never want to know,” Minke concluded. “You are extraordinary and I’m literally the luckiest girl in the world.”

Charles Eames

Anne Kostick has been Editor-in-Chief since September 2007. Previously, Anne was a principal at Foxpath IND, a publishing, consulting and editorial services company specializing in the transition to and from traditional content publishing and online content management, development and publishing. Her clients included trade book publishers, technology and financial services Web sites, and arts and cultural institutions. Previously, she worked as Licensing and Product Development Director, Senior Acquisitions Editor and Director of Electronic Publishing for Workman Publishing, and as Senior Acquisitions Editor for Harry N. Abrams/Stewart, Tabori & Chang. In the online world she worked as Director of Content Development for Anne has a B.A. in Greek and Latin, with a minor in Theater, from Beloit College. She is the author of several books for children, as well as a definitive collection of jokes.

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